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NANCY LEVELYN OLSENl comforts Lady Harriet lMildred
Sandersl in her plight of boredom. Other ladies of the court
gather in the garden to look on sympathetically.
MRS. MARGUERITE MATHER applies make-up with a skillful
hand to Mildred Sanders.
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Playing a two-night run in the Academy audi-
torium, April I6-17, the three-act operetta,
"Martha," recounted the adventures of a Lady of
the Court who decided a serving maid's life was
far happier than hers.
Traveling incognito to Richmond Fair, Lady Har-
riet lMildred Sandersl and her loyal friend, Nancy
lEvelyn Olsenl, assume the names "Martha" and
"Betsy Ann." Due to a series of mishaps, Martha
and Betsy find themselves engaged by Plunket
l.lane Herseyl and Lionel lJean Weberl, two
wealthy farmers, to work for one year. Their
escape and pursuit prove that crime does not pay,
and a bargain made is a bargain binding!
One of the Academy's best and most ambitious
musical endeavors, the cast was under the direction
of Sister Aileen Francis lmusicl, Mrs. Marguerite
Mather ldramal, Mrs. Bliss Stribling ldancingl, and
Sister Mary Lawrence lscenery, costumes, and pro-
DRAMA omscron, MRS. X
Marguerite Mather, gives
pointers as she reheorses
lines with operetta cast.
STEPS to be used in a fox-
hunt number in "Martha," is
Mrs. Bliss Stribling lleftl,
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JOAN ST, MARTIN lleftl, and Jolsephine Celiceo admire the prizes they
won in the magazine subscription drive to spread Catholic literature and
to raise funds for the House of Studies in Los Angeles.
RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES Martha McCarthy lleftl, Mary Jane Tier-
man, Patricia Thompson, Maren Moser, Margaret and Patricia Long
discuss the next activity planned for the Academy.
Many activities sponsored by the Academy
help the girls learn how to work together,
forming good citizens of tomorrow by group
Students participated in the "Catholic Di-
gest" subscription drive for the House of
Studies in Los Angeles. Meeting to discuss
iuvenile traffic problems, ten from the
Academy attended the Teen-Age Traffic
Safety Conference at Balboa Park.
Respecting the rights of others when co-
operating with the library and cafeteria staffs
teaches Academisses to appreciate what
others do to help them.
Pupils successfully supporting school activ-
ities and maintaining a high academic stand-
ing are awarded Honor Roll or ASB pins in
recognition of their work each quarter at
the ASB assembly.
AFTER ATTENDING THE Teen-
Age Traffic Safety Conference,
representatives Karene Lemke
lstanding, leftl, Margaret Far-
rell, Louise Myers, Linda Snow,
Valerie Seiler, Patricia Miller,
Beverly Snow, Jacklyn Kerk-
hoff, Floradel Green lseatedl,
and Sara Weinstock talk over
the results of the meeting.
A FAMILIAR SCENE in the cafe-
teria where the girls may have
the benefit of a hot lunch any
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AT RICHMOND FAIR in the operetto "Martha," are Mildred Sanders as Martha, Jean Weber lLionelt
Evelyn Olsen lNancyl, and Jane Hersey lPlunketl, Peasants and court members look on as their
ioy gives place to song.
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Realistically portraying one ofthe most interesting phases
of the Catholic literary revival during the Victorian era,
seniors from the Academy and Saint Augustine's presented
the three-act drama, "Look Sunward, Angel," written and
directed by Reverend John R. Aherne, OSA, May 6, 7,
Unfolding the life of Alice Meynell lEvelyn Olsenl, the
play captures the leader of the Victorian renaissance at the
height of her influence.
At the opening, the Meynells are entertaining some of
the more illustrious members of their literary circle: Oscar
Wilde iDavid Farrelll, Francis Thompson lTom Raunerl,
and Coventry Patmore lVince Learnardl.
Later Alice, through flashbacks, recalls the turning points
of her life which include the days spent with her family and
the first meeting with her husband, Wilfred Uohn Hutchin-
BEFORE DRESS REHEARSAL Evelyn Ol-
sen receives last minute instructions
from Father Aherne for recording lines
recalling highlights of the past in
Alice MeyneIl's life.
MR. THOMPSON, Alice's father, iVic-
tor Buono, seated leftl, reads a favo-
rite poem to Francis Thompson
lThomas Raunerl, while Alice Mey-
nell iEvelyn Olsenl and her husband
Wilfred lJohn Hutchinsonl correct
the galleys for the next issue of their
"Merrie England," Showing early and
precocious interest in creative writing,
Viola lTheresa Hart, centerl reads
her essay on their famous mother to
Monica lMarsha Adkins, leftl and
Olivia lBarbaranne Tuckerl.
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